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Last redistricting lawsuit falls short (access required)

A Maricopa County judge has dismantled a series of arguments made by plaintiffs in Leach v. AIRC, the last remaining lawsuit against the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the March ...

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Read his lips (access required)

By supporting an extension and even a possible expansion of the Prop 301 sales tax for K-12 education (YS, 3/10), Ducey may run afoul of his 2014 campaign pledge that he will never raise taxes as governor. To read more ...

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What now, Governor? (access required)

The Congressional Budget Office today released a report saying 24 million Americans would lose health coverage by 2026 under the proposed American Health Care Act, starting with 14 million next year. To read more on this item plus all the ...

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A challenger emerges (access required)

Hobbs announced this morning she’ll run for secretary of state, becoming the first major Democratic candidate to officially jump into the race to unseat Reagan. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the March 8 Yellow Sheet ...

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Remember the circuit breaker (access required)

The US House Republicans’ proposed repeal-and-replace of Obamacare, which was unveiled on Monday, temporarily keeps enhanced Medicaid expansion funding in place, but only through the end of 2019. To read more on this item plus all the stories in the ...

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Forese keeps Burns in time out (access required)

At a Corp Comm staff meeting last Wednesday, Forese once again didn’t let Burns add an item to the agenda, a repeat of a similar situation that occurred at last month’s meeting (YS, 2/7/17). To read more on this item ...

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Forget the feds, state courts hold the key (access required)

US appellate court precedent is mixed on whether a state can prohibit per-signature payment structures for petition circulators in initiative and referendum campaigns, but ASU law professor Paul Bender said opponents of H2404 (initiatives; circulators; signature collection; contests) would likely ...

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